Many states are actively changing their policies and mandates concerning the recent rise in the Delta variant of COVID-19. Some haunts are closing, others are implementing last year’s policies, and others are able to continue as normal. We (The Scare Factor) have no way of monitoring the policies in every State, County, City, Town, etc. across the country in real time. It is your responsibility as a customer to always confirm the active policies in place with the attraction/s you plan to visit.
New Orleans City Park and The Mortuary Haunted Mansion are proud to announce a new fright festival: Scout Island Scream Park!
For select days in October, Scout Island, a wooded area located in City Park North of I-610, will be transformed into a land of terror offering multiple attractions and a family-friendly environment!
Optional Games/Midway, Family Friendly
Guest ReviewsGuest Average: 7 out of 10
Jenna – 7/10 – October 21, 2018We got the $49 ticket for the full experience and went on a Sunday when the crowds weren’t bad…and …show more it was a huge let down. Half the rides were down. The Devil’s Swamp *still* either needs more performers or smaller groups. They put us through as a group of eight with one lantern. I apparently missed a very acrobatic performance by a guy in a tree, but I *did* nearly kick a girl in the face who was crawling down a hallway and said “Excuse me” as a skirted a guy I didn’t realize was a Scareactor trying to spook me until I was already past him because it was so dark. I was whelmed by the Zombie Hunt and the fun house was meh. Beautiful sculptures of clowns, but few decent actual ones and the vortex tunnel wasn’t turning fast enough to slow me down, let alone disorient me. Funhouse NOT handicapped accessible at all.